30, 2020

Closed Free Webinar: the PC-3000 Tools for Digital Forensics

Criminals’ storage media may contain gigabytes of evidence locked in. But what can be done if these devices are somehow damaged?

Digital forensic experts, government agencies, and law enforcement entities all over the world recognize the PC-3000 tools as the most powerful solutions for recovering evidence from logically and physically damaged SATA/PATA/SAS HDDs, PCIe/SATA SSDs, RAID, and NAND Flash devices.

Want to learn more about what to do when a damaged storage media ends up on your desk? Join the ACE Lab Free Webinar for Digital Forensic specialists!

For Europe, Middle East & Africa, APAC

Date: December 15, 2020
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
(Prague, the Czech Republic)


For North & South Americas

Date: December 15, 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 01:00 pm
(New York, the USA)


Attention: The webinar is for digital forensic experts, government agencies, and law enforcement entities only. If several employees from one organization are going to attend the webinar, each of them should be registered separately.

ACE Lab reserves the right to refuse any registration without explaining the reason.
The registration closes on December 14, 2020.

What’s on the schedule

  • Main challenges for evidence recovery in a digital forensic lab: steps you should follow when you get a damaged storage device. The main issues with the drives and solutions to them
  • Real-Life cases. How to easily diagnose, image, and erase the drives. Extracting data from HDDs with a password-protection and damaged heads. Evidence recovery from USB-based devices and physically damaged PCIe SSDs. Work with other storage media such as Mobile devices, SAS drives, and RAID
  • Questions & Answers. Our top engineer will answer the most popular of your technical questions


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